can you pay your bills and doctor bill,house morgan?
can you pay your bills and doctor bill and house morgan
Asked in Jobs
WHAT IS THE difference between job-base pay and skilled base-pay?
JOb base pay is mostly used for skilled white collar workers while skilled base pay is mostly used for blue collar workers such as laborers and factory workers. ...
Is it legal for a family doctor who is in a PPO network to bill a patient a membership fee outside of the patient's co-pay?
NO, NO, NO, bad doctor!
What is the difference between base pay and rate of pay?
From what i understand the Base Pay is what you will normally earn per week. The rate of pay is what you will get per hour. So if you were to work overtime than the wage would be worked out on the base rate multiplied by the hrs work. ...
Asked in Houseplants, US Army, US Navy
How much does a retired US army colonel make for pension?
Depends how long he served. 20 years = 50% base pay, 30 years = 75% base pay. It also depends on what year he retired, as the base pay goes up 3-5% every year, so he receives whatever his base pay WAS, not what it is NOW. ...
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates
Are Base pay and net pay are they the same?
No. They're not really even related all that closely. Base pay is generally used to refer to some minimum pay that you're guaranteed to get no matter what; that is, it doesn't include incentive bonuses, commissions, or the like. Net pay is how much you actually get to take home after taxes are taken out. Net pay can be either more or less than base pay (more if your pay is structured based mainly on commissions; less if you're getting a straight wage/salary...
Do you get pay while you study to become a Doctor?
NO you do not get payed
How much money will a Sgt collecting base pay in California get for unemployment after getting out of Marine Corps and moving to Arkansas?
Your unemployment will be calculated on your base pay.
If you have Medicaid and your primary doctor does not accept it can you pay for services without using insurance?
Yes. I have had medicaid for years and my primary doctor does not use it, so I just pay when I go to see him. ...
When do you get paid when you retire from navy?
It will depend on the number of years served and the rank at that time. For twenty years service, you are entitled to 50% of your base pay. For each year over 20, you receive an additional 2.5% to a maximum of 75% of base pay. The base pay is for the rank at retirement. ...
Asked in Health, Salary and Pay Rates, Doctors
What is the minimum pay for doctors and what is the maximum pay?
There is no "maximum" pay for doctors. The sky is the limit on that one - As for "minimum" pay, it all depends on what specialty the doctor has and in which region he or she is working. ...